We became pregnant many moons ago in Goa, just up the coast from Cochin. What a blast! We ended up going up the Red Sea and had the baby in Malta
in the Med.
-I think the best thing I did was find a good book that explained what was happening to my body, and explained the child's development as well. These days the internet
has these answers, if you have the access.
-Cloth diapers are better, we just dragged them behind the boat while underway.
-Continue sailing to your destination
.Don't sit waiting for the child's arrival. Education of a Falcon
, by a great and smart guy, oh yes, he is my husband, Mike Riley, will enlighten you and give you ideas about raising kids
-Let the child become part of your life , not the other way around. Because you are already used to watch keeping, feeding and caring for your child will be second nature, those 4am feedings aren't a pain at all for us sailors.
-Every country in the world has doctors, and being pregnant is better than looking for a brain specialist.
-India is great as all the doctors speak english
unlike Greece! Even up the Red Sea I found english
-Eat lots of vegetables, fruits, fresh fish
, if you can, and walk, walk , walk. That will keep the pounds off. Swimming helps too!
For a book load of more tips and a great true story visit :
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Enjoy the experience.
svBeauSoleil Karen Riley-Capt'n Mike's better half